The Adult Literacy program has developed a podcast of quick, insights into our tutor programs. The following episodes are of volunteer tutors and learners from the different programs we offer.
The Adult Literacy program offers four programs our Adult Basic Literacy program, Grassroots ESL, Leamos and Inspired Citizenship. If you would like to become a volunteer or are in need of our services please contact Sarah Gharibian firstname.lastname@example.org or call 626-633-4476.
Funding for the Adult Literacy Programs comes from the California Library Literacy Services and the Canyon City Foundation.
8:21 minutes,GrESL tutor Maureen discusses her new book On The Wings of Angel: An Immigrant's Journey.
13:50 minutes, Cathay Reta discusses her career in Adult Literacy.
8:59 minutes, Inspired Citizenship alumni
8:19 minutes, ESL tutor Kimberly speaks of her passion for helping people with their language skills.
6:05 minutes, Community Liaison at Azusa High School. AHS is also community partner in Grassroots ESL.
11:08 minutes, Director of Online TESOL program and Volunteer Tutor Training Facilitator. In this podcast we are lightly serenaded by trombones and tuba's during our discussion.
8:46 minutes, Director Ann Graf discusses her passion for social services.
3:02 minutes, Martha discusses what Citizenship means to her.
10:10 minutes, Tutor Fernando discusses the challenges and benefits of virtual tutoring.
ESL Tutor David
6:19 minutes, David speaks of he experience as a GrESL tutor.
Ginger Youth Services Librarian
5:25 minutes, Adult Literacy Coordinator Arlene and Ginger have a discussion on the on the library's Family Literacy program.
4:49 minutes, Joyce speaks about the Inspired Citizenship program which helps individuals prepare for their Citizenship exam.
6:55 minutes, Leila discusses the workings of the library in the time of COVID-19 and what it will look like in the recent future.